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Jul 30, 2012 4:20am EDT
to do so on different devices, using different technologies. yet the outdated laws do not address the changes behaviors and consumers demands. instead, they create significant problems for consumers. specifically programming and retransmission con send negotiations are failing and the resulting in blackouts. as we stated, in fact, 69 blackouts have occurred in 2012 alone, up 35% since 2011, effecting literally tens of millions of viewers. retransmission fees are skyrocketing and consumers are paying the price. media consolidation has lead to rampant unwatched programming. consumers ask us why do they have to pay for so many networks they don't want? i believe that's what we love about the internet. we get to choose what they pay for. and speaking of the internet, access to online video distribution rights is currently being withheld and slow rolled in the smaller cable operator by the big contend providers. that puts our customers at a disadvantage. then we have the big broadcasting cable networks paying what i think to be crazy fees for sports programming. because they know with
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